Describe something you have learned that is now in your procedural memory. Discuss how you learned this information.

Assignment ContentThe Homework 3 assignment noted is about Chapter 8. Answer the questions using a narrative format — no bullets to abbreviate your answers. The questions are located on the last page of Chapter 8. Please submit one document.Critical Thinking Questions13 Compare and contrast implicit and explicit memory.14 According to the Atkinson-Shiffrin model, name and describe the three stages of memory.15 Compare and contrast the two ways in which we encode information.16 What might happen to your memory system if you sustained damage to your hippocampus?19 What is the self-reference effect, and how can it help you study more effectively?20 You and your roommate spent all of last night studying for your psychology test. You think you know the material; however, you suggest that you study again the next morning an hour prior to the test. Your roommate asks you to explain why you think this is a good idea. What do you tell her?Personal Application Questions21 Describe something you have learned that is now in your procedural memory. Discuss how you learned this information.22. Describe something you learned in high school that is now in your semantic memory.23. Describe a flashbulb memory of a significant event in your life.24. Which of the seven memory errors presented by Schacter have you committed? Provide an example of each one.25. Jurors place a lot of weight on eyewitness testimony. Imagine you are an attorney representing a defendant who is accused of robbing a convenience store. Several eyewitnesses have been called to testify against your client. What would you tell the jurors about the reliability of eyewitness testimony?The textbook is onwww.openstax.org/books/psychology-2e/pages/8-introductionPsychology2e. textbook